Kenya Teachers' Union Vows Not to Support New Curriculum

In a paid advert in local dailies, Kenya National Union of Teachers secretary-general, Wilson Sossion, says the ongoing rollout of the competency based curriculum in pre-school and lower primary is illegal in nature, and a violation of the Constitution. The teachers' union accuses the ministry of education of failing to secure stakeholders involvement and participation.

A teacher instructing Grade One pupils (file photo).

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